Drawn from the Bay Area’s annual MadCat Women’s International Film Festival, this touring program of seven shorts (only one from the U.S.) focuses on questions of identity. In Kathrin Resetarits’s provocative but meandering I Am Me (2006), sets of identical twins are shown eating or playing the recorder; later they pick themselves out in old photos, one of several ways in which their differences are revealed. An Coenen creates a portrait of an albino woman in Miriam, Impression of Light (2005), close-ups of the woman’s eye emphasizing her translucent skin. Janina Lapinskaite’s interminable The Widows’ Coast (2006) shows widows living in a coastal village, its imagery overly lush and self-consciously arty. 102 min.